Hemlock- Northern Hardwood Forests of the Watershed Center

Collecting data about the biodiversity of the Northern Hardwood Forest ecosystem is important because biodiversity is one sign that the ecosystem is healthy. It shows that it’s a healthy ecosystem because having biodiversity means that it has what the plants and animals need to survive. Our ...more ↓

Yellow Birch 1
Betula alleghaniensis
Striped Maple 2
Acer pensylvanicum
Sugar Maple 2
Acer saccharum
Eastern Red-backed Salamander 2
Plethodon cinereus
American Beech 2
Fagus grandifolia
Long-spurred Violet 2
Viola rostrata
Eastern Newt 2
Notophthalmus viridescens
wild columbine 2
Aquilegia canadensis
Eastern Chipmunk 3
Tamias striatus
Bracken 2
Pteridium aquilinum
Wild Sarsaparilla 2
Aralia nudicaulis
Red Fox 4
Vulpes vulpes
Blackberry 5
Rubus allegheniensis
Spotted Salamander 6
Ambystoma maculatum
Hobblebush 7
Viburnum lantanoides
Eastern White Pine 8
Pinus strobus
Wolf's Milk 2
Lycogala epidendrum
Millipedes 2
Poison Ivy 9
Toxicodendron radicans
Gray Treefrog 10
Hyla versicolor

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